You said yes, I said no
I’m pushing, you’re pulling
Heave-ho, heave-ho, heave-ho
I like it hot, you like it cold
I behold and was always cold
Somehow I didn’t care about that cat’s meow
You’re a manager and I’m just a hausfrau
Have you gone out of your mind?
Smoke banana peels until you go blind
The walls have ears and there are hands on the clock
I used to be punk and your hair was once a Mohawk
Are we still friends and how else do we differ?
Things are not always as they appear
And so we carry on being friends!
Our neighbours were having a grill party and we were invited. We brought some salad and some meat and sausages to grill, plus a nice bottle of wine. Other neighbours were there, too. I was cornered by Paul and Kim in one corner, talking about how our lives were intertwined and the science of love. They got carried away, sort of like evangelical people as advertised on television. They rambled on their teaching on love. For them, love has different meanings for dissimilar people and in diverse conditions. Love was sacred and we shouldn’t take it for granted. I just nodded and from time to time made some noise of agreement or disagreement or to say that I was still with them. Until some time that I found some excuse to go and mingle with other neighbours.
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